Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Conflicts & Confusion
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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I like it
Nuisance | Miami | 06/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Coming from a record label(SuaveHouse) that usually has a dope roster hails Crime Boss. I never heard his first album.I just heard this one so I'll talk about it. Crime Boss actually has a decent flow and the production was pretty good. Conflicts & Confusion, No Friends, Chemical Imbalance, Close Range and Back To The Streets are all tracks that give this album ample rotation. Slim Goodie of the girl group Nola makes a solo appearance on Life Is Crying. Although I question why this song is on Crime Boss's album,I dont deny that its a standout. The only flaw of the album is the Get Up In Your A** skit which doesnt make sense. The rest of the album I dont have a problem with. Bottom Line: Crime Boss's Conflicts & Confusion is a highlight of 1997 and goes in the long line of great albums that Suave House releases. The production provided by E-A-Ski and T-Mix(underrated producer who could have been the next big thing if he was promoted right) was solid and Crime Boss flowed pretty well on here. Guest Appearances are Eightball & MJG, Tela, Slim Goodie and Thorough. Standout Tracks: CONFLICTS& CONFUSION, NO FRIENDS, CHEMICAL IMBALANCE, WARNING, BACK TO THE STREETS, LIFE IS CRYING, CLOSE RANGE AND GET MINE."
Charlie L. McGuire II` | USA South Carolina | 06/27/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of the best cover-to-cover rap discs since "All eyes on me". Intense beats mixed with DOPE lyrics make this a true winner. Worth every penny."
Crime Boss Represents On This Joint
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 08/11/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Early 1997, Houston, Tx's Crime Boss releases his second album on Suave Records, well, now Suave House Records, and the production on this one is better than his first. If you notice a dope, mobbin' west coast G-Funk vibe on a great deal of the album, you ain't trippin'; Oakland Cali's E-A-Ski and CMT produce 60 percent of it, and the rest is by T-Mix, Suave's in house beatsmith, and his beats are equally funky and bangin'. Crime Boss' flow has improved since All In The Game from 1995. Lyrically, this album is hardcore with a lil' bit of hustler mixed in. He warns you that running at the mouth will get you clapped on the whiny synth laden "Please Stop." South Circle's Thorough stops by on the Suave mobb joint "Back To The Streets." The way heads can betray leaves Crime Boss in a state of wary over the lowrider ready E-A-Ski G-Funker "No Friends." T-Mixx laces a laid-back melody-ridden G-Funk beat on "Life Is Crying." The lyricism is serious and somber and held by a female rapper; I believe her name is Slim Goodie, but I am not sure, for there is no credit on the inserts of the guests. The whole album has a serious tone as you can see. The album breaks no new ground, for gangsta rap is nathan new in 97, but this album holds its own with its own grimy lyrics and gloomy funk, and Crime Boss delivers a better album the second time around that his good debut."